Serbs, foreigners flock to commemorate 38th anniversary of Tito’s death

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BELGRADE, Serbia – Hundreds of people visited the former president of Yugoslavia Josip ‘Tito’ Broz’s House of Flowers mausoleum in Belgrade on Friday to commemorate the 38th anniversary of his death, Ruptly reported.

“We came here because it means a lot to us. It was important when Tito was alive, and it is important to us now,” said Bernarda Dodic, one of the visitors.

“We don’t forget his words and I think that we will continue to expand, socialist and still create brotherhood and unity in this way,” Dodic added.

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Tito ruled over Yugoslavia from 1944 as prime minister, president and general secretary at various stages until his death on May 4 1980, Ruptly explained.

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